Politics: Ex-Secret Service agent explains what really happened when Hillary fell
“I can see what a naked-eye media pundit cannot. There is something seriously wrong with Mrs. Clinton.”
I know that some will dismiss Gary Byrne and his insight as hopelessly partisan because he’s written a book that slams Hillary. Fair enough to take that into account if you want, although you should consider the possibility that Byrne’s motivation in writing the book was not necessarily partisan but rather based on genuine concern because he knows things the rest of us don’t.
Whatever. You should consider the insight he offers here about what was happening during that brief video in which Hillary collapsed getting into the van on 9/11. What he’s sharing about Secret Service procedure and protocol seems easy enough to check, and if his telling is accurate, it offers a whole different insight than what you’re getting from anyone else. I’m including his images in the excerpt because it’s harder to get the gist of what he’s saying without them:
At the beginning of the video, Hillary is with a protective detail of Secret Service agents, as well as two female staffers. One staffer stands very close at her back and another is shoulder-to-shoulder and arm-in-arm with Mrs. Clinton to give her balance and prop her up.
As the van pulls up, she has a rigid wavering posture. She awkwardly leans on the ballard and stares straight ahead with her neck craned and extended up as her body is supported at the side and rear by her staffers.
One agent gets the door, but no one moves to enter. The Secret Service doesn’t like to wait—standing still in the eyes of the Service is waiting for an attack to happen. But the staffer can’t move Mrs. Clinton. Anything that holds up a motorcade is extremely dangerous and anything that ties up a Secret Service agent’s hands from drawing their pistol or intervening a threat is a hazard.
The female agent at the
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